I think it has a lot to do with your physical characteristics, i.e., are you very tall, short, long arms, short arms, etc. as to whether or not you need a fitting right now. I was fit years ago for a set of Pings and everything was standard but the lie angle, (I was a blue dot, just off the standard black dot), but I didn't see that small adjustment in lie angle making any difference, (I'm 6.0' and I guess standard for everything else). But as said above if you get a free fitting when purchasing a set of clubs why not?
Are you thinking about buying a new set?
If you're thinking about altering your current set then you definitely need a fitting.
Unfortunately for the PGA Tour by ‘looking into it’ they’ll probably have to confront BD as to how he is using it. They’ll probably regret that conversation then realize it’s so ridiculous they’ll just let it pass.
@atrapasuenos, please embed your videos, thanks.
Proper angles are important and slow motion video makes it easier for people to see what's going on.
Watched his interview with Curtis Strange after round 3 again. "Knows the rules" and "using them to my advantage". He seemed so relaxed and sincere. This was blatant lying. (If he really knew the rules he could have saved at least a stroke and the risk of DQ by invoking rule 27-1a - stroke and distance.)
Apologized 4 days later, finally admitted he was "angry and frustrated". Never apologized for lying though.
Add his recent association with insider trading and with money laundering. Said he would take the 5th amendment. Lying is inherent in illegal activity.
"What about X...?" Doesn't matter about other golfers, maybe they are "worse" or "better", but this guy is definitely fake.
I had a feeling when you said "club house manager" that she was basically in charge. Maybe you can get together with some of the other ladies and have a discussion with her; let her know your concerns regarding some of her policies and actions?